Engineering Announcements, September 2014

The Remington Outdoor Company (ROC) has announced the appointment of Virginia (Ginger) E. Chandler, TX Z ’86, as senior vice president, new product development and innovation. Previously, Chandler led lean at Nike’s European logistics center and ran R&D and new product development for Smith & Wesson. She holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Lamar University.

“Remington has deep American roots,” said Chandler. “I’m excited to return to an industry and lifestyle I’m so passionate about, and a position where I can contribute my skills and experience to the products I love.” Read the announcement

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The Florida Eta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering recently hosted its first general body meeting, a bridge building contest with prizes, and will host an upcoming bake sale. Visit the chapter’s Facebook page for details and images. Below is an image of the 2014 Florida Eta TBP chapter leaders.

FL Eta chapter leaders

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Intel Corporation is actively accepting applications for 2014-2015 internships and new grad opportunities and would like to invite students from Tau Beta Pi to apply. Intel has a broad range of bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. opportunities in the following technical disciplines:

• Electrical Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Science
• Chemical Engineering
• Chemistry
• Physics
• Mechanical Engineering
• Materials Science

Intel offers multiple programs that allow you to try out a variety of roles, gain a wide range of experience, and explore multiple opportunities. Visit Intel’s student center and check out what’s in store for you. Visit our recruiting events calendar today to find out when we’ll be in your neck of the woods!

For more information on our openings visit the following links: (Make a difference at intel.com/jobs )

Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. College Graduate Opportunities
Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D. Internship Opportunities

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